The NFL has never been more popular yet the players and owners look like they want to throw it all away.
The only thing worse than a cheater is Scott McCarron.
Most would point the finger at Brett Favre for his late game interception but what good is a running back if they can’t hold on to the ball?
Brett Favre versus Drew Brees. Mark Sanchez versus Peyton Manning. Old versus new. Run versus pass. It’s conference championship weekend.
Mark McGwire may have admitted to steroid use but it doesn’t mean Watch columnist Gus Jarvis is going to let him off the hook any time soon.
The expense of attending a professional sports game may actually warrant the purchase of a new 3-D TV.
Congratulations Telluride. You pulled off a top notch World Cup event.
Who knew the New Orleans Saints would be sitting in the NFC drivers’ seat? With the Colts leading the AFC South, both teams must work on their strategy for playoffs success.
‘If it comes down to Tebow or McCoy, the Heisman Trophy will be dead to me,’ warns Sports Watch columnist Gus Jarvis.
News flash! Maybe the guy just doesn’t like onions. Jarvis comes up with a convincing story for Tiger Woods.
The NFL should change the overtime coin toss rule before a Super Bowl game is determined by the practice.
Jarvis on the upcoming Olympics – or why, ‘at this point, any distraction from the Broncos is a welcome distraction.’
With two tough games behind them, the Broncos are ready to take on the Redskins. Then they’ll have the opportunity to disprove the Chargers’ surge hype at home.
With pro baseball players Rodriguez and Pettitte successfully moving on after admitting to drug use, isn’t it time for Clemens, McGwire, Bonds and Sosa to follow suit?
Super Bowl-like London football game aside, the English probably aren’t really that interested in having a U.K. NFL franchise.
For 6-0 Denver, It’s All About a Strong Second Half
There’s no hope for the CU Buffalos as long as Coach Hawkins keeps his son on as starting quarterback.
Football fan and Brett Favre hater Gus Jarvis has a change of heart about the Viking’s quarterback.
Prepare, everyone. The next installment of Rocktober is just around the corner. I hope it will be a good one.
Manchild in Chicagoland: Jay Cutler plays true to form.